- HTC Hero - Android based operating system, possibly the best phone to demonstrate what Google’s new operating system is really capable of.
- HTC HD2 - The first phone to offer multi-touch on Windows Mobile 6.5.
- Apple iPhone 3GS - Second update to the groundbreaking formula.
- Samsung Genio Touch - Cheap and cheerful handset that brings touch screen joy without price tag.
- Sony Ericsson Satio - A slick full touch Symbian powered user interface.
- Plam Pre - A socially savvy handset that pulls contact information to be automatically from networking sites including Facebook.
- Nokia 5800 XpressMusic - Endorsement from today’s fashionable young things and a full touch interface, the 5800 was bound to be a hit.
- Nokia N900 - Nokia’s Linux-based Maemo platform, delivers a close-to-desktop browsing experience, as well as offering cutting edge smart phone functionality.
- LG Chocolate GL40 - the screen’s unique 21:9 widescreen ratio, giving the Chocolate BL40 an tasty form factor.
- BlackBerry Curve 8520 - A messaging device, sporting the familiar QWERTY keyboard and e-mail functionality that the Blackberry brand has become famous for.
Wednesday, December 30, 2009
Monday, December 28, 2009
Friday, December 25, 2009
The tips and tricks include how to:-
- Optimize home screen.
- Get around Android - File management, cut & paste, hotkeys etc.
- Stay connected - Sync Outlook
- Secure your smartphone - Lock & unlock, backup etc.
- Add essential application
- Customize Andriod phone completely
HTC Touch Diamond2
HTC Touch Pro2
HTC Touch HD
Get the cab file here from XDA Developer. It seems that Swype will work on any WVGA device like the HTC HD2, HCT Touch Pro2, HTC Touch HD and HTC Diamond2.
Thursday, December 10, 2009
Thursday, December 3, 2009
Have you gotten yours yet?
"Welcome to the first issue of 100% you., our magazine exclusively for myTouch 3G customers. You’ll find it filled with content that helps you further presonalize your myTouch 3G. We want to fill these pages with tips and stories that help you to discover cool new features and applications. Think of this magazine as the insider’s guide to your myTouch 3G.
We created 100% you. magazine to be your one-stop source for getting the most out of your new phone. Inside you’ll find 54 apps and games to download, an exclusive interview with country superstar Brad Paisley, a list of must-have phone accessories and more. There’s even a story about Sherpa, an amazing new location-sensitive application that you don’t need to learn, because it learns you!"
Monday, November 30, 2009
For a little more detail, check out HTC HD2 vs. iPhone 3Gs here.
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
Sunday, November 22, 2009
Opera lists of the new features:
It comes in two flavors, a simple one come with only the Quietly Brilliant HTC animation without welcomehead and a full version which also contains the Operating System splash with the Windows Phone logo. Download the one you like and install it to your Device and Soft Reset.
Get more information and download link here XDA Developer.
Monday, November 16, 2009
Sunday, November 15, 2009
Thursday, November 12, 2009
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
This is the website that allows you to download a huge archive of epic quality movies, tv shows, music, videos, games, and software secure and safely for your mobile phone, zune, mp3 player, zen, xbox, wii etc. There are no limits of media file from which you can download to your gadget.
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Thursday, October 15, 2009
The HTC Hero has surprised the technology pundits by scooping the top prize at the T3 Gadget Awards. More than 135,000 readers voted the Hero Gadget of the Year, beating strong contenders including the Apple iPhone and Palm Pre. The wildcard smartphone, which uses Google's Android Operating system, was described by T3 Magazine as the 'jewel in the Android crown.'
Android is an open-source system. It has its own application store called Market and features including a quick search box on the home-screen, the ability to copy and paste between applications and voice to text typing. It features a slick 3.2" multi-touch screen, 5MP camera, 512MB on-board memory and a microSD slot.
Readers were so impressed they also named the Hero the Phone of the Year.
Monday, October 12, 2009
Windows Mobile 6.5 offers improvements that distance it from Windows Mobile 6.1. Whether WM6.5 does enough to stave off the hunger for Windows Mobile 7 is up for debate, though early reviews seem negative enough to turn WM 6.5 into the Vista of the mobile world.
1. Setup an Email Account.
2. Pair a Bluetooth Device.
3. Start a SMS Conversation.
4. Add a Contact.
5. Demonstrate Task Manager
Thursday, October 8, 2009
Friday, August 28, 2009
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
Alternative you could get the tutorial How To flash Win Mobile 6.5 ROM from here XDA Wiki HTC Touch HD
Wednesday, July 1, 2009
I would like to share my WVGA Wallpaper gallery that I collected from various forum, website online. My intention is to collect as many WVGA Wallpaper into 1 place that all of us can easily browse and downloads the wallpaper that we like. Have a look...
P.S. Don't forget to go to downloadsPhoto.com | Your Online Source To Downloads Photo
Wednesday, May 27, 2009
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Cooked ROM means that the shipped ROM has been modified (remove or add program/application) and optimized (edited) registry, also known as custom ROM.
Cooked ROM is released by individual enthusiast to ROM customization to suit their usage and need. Remove some program from shipped ROM that they feel not effective and replace with other better program. Change the registry to optimize Pocket PC performance, lower the battery usage, increase memory respond and some even change the OS. There are several active members that release a cooked ROM for Touch HD. I’ve tried several cooked ROM from Panosha, Laurentius26, Davideuck and Duttythroy. From those chefs I like Duttytroy released the most. I found that Dutty’s ROM has fewer bugs and more stable than other chefs ROM. Latest Dutty’s cooked ROM released is Dutty’s HD XT V3.4 Ship. This is the new Ship Rom which is based from the Topaz (HTC Diamond2)/Rhodium (HTC Pro2) OEM. More info about this click Dutty’s ROM. May 26 Duttytroy has released Window Mobile 6.5 R1 test ROM.
Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Some mobile phone manufacturers have realised that while the iPhone looks pretty and is great at being a glorified iPod it doesn't really do much that other phones can do and they've been looking at whether it's possible to make a pretty phone that also allows you to take decent quality photos, send them via MMS and forward on that great joke your best mate sent you lastnight to all your friends via text message...naming just a few of the simple features that the iPhone doesn't provide (unless of course somebody is good enough to create them and make them available through the regulated iPhone application store).
Add in more advanced features like viewing Flash within web pages, having a higher quality screen, providing good battery life and a decent signal quality and it might just be possible to come up with something that truly rivals the iPhone and makes all of its owners gutted that they had to pay for it on an 18 month contract.
Some have tried already and with the release of the Samsung Omnia and HTC G1 people now have a choice of which touchscreen phone to buy. But the problem is neither of them, in my opinion, is the iPhone killer.
The Omnia looks quite nice, and is packed full of all the great features that the iPhone lacks but it runs on the Windows Mobile 6.1 platform which unfortunately isn't renowned for great usability. Samsung have tried putting their own touchscreen interface on top of this but unfortunately they aren't renowned for great usability either and you end up using a combination of two not-as-good-as-the-iPhone interfaces.
While the HTC G1, which runs on the new Android platform by Google, which is still lacking in features as it's a new type of operating system, the user interface isn't bad but the phone doesn't really carry the same street credit potential as the iPhone.
Introducing the HTC Touch HD...
That leaves people like me secretly hoping that something will come along and burst the iPhones bubble. And thanks to the new HTC Touch HD it finally looks like it is going to be possible.
HTC Touch HD - iPhone Killer
The new offering from HTC is powered by Windows Mobile but they have plonked their tried and tested TouchFLO 3D touchscreen interface on top which makes using the phone much easier. Some might say that this interface is almost as easy to use as the iPhone interface and it looks pretty sweet too. You can move through photos and music in a similar way to that of the iPhone and the vibrant graphics in the user interface surpass that of the iPhone thanks to the high quality screen.
The Touch HD, due to be released in Europe on or around November 8th 2008, looks pretty stunning from a distance too. It's most notable physical feature is the 3.8 inch screen. What's that I hear you say? Bigger than the iPhone? Why yes it is, by an entire 0.3 inches. Not only that HTC have managed to pack in a huge amount of pixels into the screen (800x480) compared to that of the iPhone (480x320). This means that the screen has a much higher definition (thus the rather uninventive name) and can display entire web pages without the need to scroll across or zoom in. The video playback quality is much better as more detail can be packed into the screen and the user interface appears bold and bright.
HTC Touch HD - iPhone Killer
As well as the bigger, and most importantly, better screen the HTC Touch HD comes complete with a 5 Mega Pixel camera which is in line with most of today's phones, although 8 Mega Pixel camera phones are starting to make an appearance. The only drawback of the camera is that, as with the iPhone, there is no flash capability so taking pictures in the dark will probably result in a blank canvas, that said the quality of the lens will result in a much better quality of picture of nothing than the iPhone!
The Touch HD comes complete with WiFi, GPS and Bluetooth connectivity which traditionally are all very demanding on battery life. One of the most important features of the Touch HD is that it comes with a 1350mAh battery. I'm not going to pretend to know what that means, but I do know that this number is bigger than usual and, as a man, that impresses me. It turns out that as a result of this higher capacity battery the standby time on the HTC Touch HD is up to a total of680 hours. That translates into a total of 28 days. I can only assume that by 'standby' what HTC mean is 'find a 3G transmitter and put your phone next to it, turn all the features off and make sure nobody rings you for a month' but it is still an impressive figure compared to the standby time of up to 300 hours for the iPhone.
The battery allows for up to 480 minutes talk time on a standard 2G network, compared to that of up to 600 minutes talk time with the iPhone so for big talkers the Touch HD doesn't perform quite so well.
HTC Touch HD - iPhone Killer
Google Maps is provided out of the box and it looks great on the Touch HD's big and beautiful screen helping the navigationally challenged to get a bigger picture of where they are in relation to everything else. The HD Touch also provides push email and office applications so that on the rare occasion when you're on the train and want to do work you can edit your presentation or word document at the last minute and email it back to the office.
To top it all off Windows Mobile 6.1 supports the new version of the Opera internet browser which in turn supports the viewing of Flash files within web pages, although HTC haven't explicitly announced that the web browser will support flash so it's a 'maybe' in that box for now.
The HTC Touch HD also comes packed with exhilerating features like Text Message Forwarding, MMS Capability and Custom Ringtone Selection which could make it a true iPhone killer.
I can't wait to get hold of one and co-incidently pull it out the next time someone tells me they just bought an iPhone.